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The only thing worse than a bad profile picture is no photo at all. In fact, in a recent Elite Singles survey, 58% of British singles would refuse to open a profile without photos.
Toby Aiken, a professional freelance photographer based in Gloucestershire, says that having profile pictures is an essential step for two reasons.
On one hand it shows what we look like with a girl, on the other hand, why put a women on our online dating profile in the first place? If we want something long-term then we should keep our shirts on, at least on the Internet that is. Group Picture First off, if there is more than one guy then it may confuse the viewer of the profile.
Also if there are multiple girls it could send the wrong message. Costume Whoever looks at your profile wants to see you, not what you look like in something you wear once a year.
For example, smiling in a basic setting received the most responses while taking a selfie proved to be the worst option. Cropped Thoughts that go through the mind of someone who views a photo that is cropped: “Are they hiding something?
Of course everyone will experience different outcomes but this should give men a good idea of what their main online dating profile picture should be. Smiling The classic smile received the most responses and was the outright winner! Animal Pic Having an animal picture is said to display a passion for another living entity, which women find quite attractive. Outdoors Showing that you’re active is a way to display both ourselves and our interests. Not Smiling Not smiling may turn some women away but at least you aren’t doing anything to embarrass yourself. Picture with girl Taking a picture with a girl is hit or miss with many women. Shirt off It depends on the type of women we want to attract.
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Toby Aiken helped us find the six steps that can help you get better profile photos.
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